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This portable speaker delivers uncommonly good near-field sound for its size.
With an LED safety light, adjustable neckband, and enough sonic energy to pump up any workout, these JBL-designed, Under Armour-branded Bluetooth headphones are a smart exercise companion.
If you have the right hardware and pay TV subscription, you can catch some of the action from the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in 4K and HDR (high dynamic range).
Google is bringing Nest back into its fold to build a home that's smarter—and that's good news if you're frustrated with the Google Tax.
Nest's IQ Outdoor is a great home security camera but there are some things you need to know before buying.
The first HomePod reviews are in, and while it excels as a speaker, its smarts leave much to be desired.
Polk’s Signa S1 soundbar and wireless subwoofer offer a super-slim package at a budget price for those wanting to hear what they've been missing from their TV’s built-in audio.
You can grab Amazon's 4K-capable streaming stick for just $55.
This soundbar delivers true 5.1-channel surround sound, but you'll need to hear it to decide if Vizio made the right compromises in its effort to hit this price point.
We've waded through all the deals to find the best Super Bowl TV sales out there—and a couple of good discounts on streaming devices, too.
The August Doorbell Cam Pro 2 provides a sharp, clear picture of what's happening on your doorstep, with two-way audio via your smartphone. We didn't like the subscription fees.
TV deals abound for the Super Bowl, but beware of dubious discounts.
For the first time, Amazon has discounted its Echo Spot device by $40 when you buy a pair of them.
These cables from Anker are long and durable, and currently discounted a significant percentage off its typical list price.
This powerful micro-cut shredder turns a letter-sized sheet into 2,235 pieces of confetti, up to 6 sheets at a time. It can also destroy credit cards, rendering them useless.
This new service can install a TV antenna on your roof on the same day you decide to cut the cable cord.